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4 inches = 1/3 foot(18-ft x 24-ft x 1/3 foot) / (27 cubic feet per cubic yard) = (5 and 1/3) cubic yards

I have one 24 years old, it is 20.6 cubic feet

4.75*2*2 = 19 cubic feet

That is approximately 24 cubic feet

It depends on what you mean by a 24 foot circle: around it (circumference) or across it (diameter)? If circumference, then volume = 201.7 cubic ft If diameter, then 452.4 cubic feet.

Just multiply the dimensions given: 14*14*24 = 4704 cubic feet

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The Dimensions of this product are 30 inches wide, 24 5/8 inches deep, and 15 5/8 inches tall. The capacity of the actual 'drawer' or space for microwaving is 1 cubic foot which is the equivalent to 3.2 quarts.

24 ft * 24 ft * 4 in = 5.437 cubic metres.

Multiple the 3 dimensions together. (e.g.: 2 Ft * 3 FT * 4 FT = 24 cubic ft) If you want to know the dimensions of a cube that would be equivalent to 24 cubic feet do these calculations: 24 ^ (1/3) = 24 ^ ~.3 = ~2.89 ft^3 Note "~" = "approximately" check: 2.89 ft * 2.89 ft * 2.89 ft = ~24 cubic feet

24 X 16 X what? Volume requires 3 dimensions. As is, you have 384 square feet. If your pool is 1 foot deep, then you will have 384 cubic feet or about 2872 gallons. If you have a slope, just figure the average depth and multiply out. 1 cubic foot = 7.48051945 US gallons

7.48 gallons in a cubic foot X 27 cubic feet in a yard is 201.96 gallons in a cubic yard. Divided by 5 gallons is 40.392 buckets in a yard of soil.

The third digit after the period in the model number designates the cubic feet of a refrigerator. Your third digit is a 4 which designates a 14 or 24 cubic feet. Since Sears didn't make a 14 cubic feet side by side refrigerator, your refrigerator has to be a 24 cubic feet box. Your refrigerator is 24 cubic feet. OR... Empty your refrigerator of all the items inside. Take out the food, remove drawers and shelves.Step 2 Refer to the image below. Measure the height, width and depth of the refrigerator's interior. Do the measurements in inches, and write down each measurement as you go along.Step 3 Now multiply those measurements together as such: H (height) x W (width) x D (depth). For example, if your measurements were:Height = 48 inchesWidth = 36 inchesDepth = 12 inchesYour equation would be 48 x 36 x 12 = 20,736Step 4 This is the internal capacity of your refrigerator, but remember, we measured in inches. In our example, we've come up with a figure of 20,736 cubic inches. We need to change that to cubic feet. Simply divide the figure you came up with by 1,728--this converts cubic inches into cubic feet. In the case of our example, we come up with:20,736 /1,736 = 12The answer for our example is 12 cubic feet.Step 5 Use your figures and do the math.

1809.56 ft3

If the dimensions are in feet then 24 times 60 = 1440 square feet

Cylinder shape. A cylindrical shape that has a diameter of 24 feet and a depth of 4 feet has a volume of:Volume= 51.241 cubic meters= 51241000 cubic centimeters= 67.021 cubic yards= 1809.6 cubic feet= 3126900 cubic inches= 13536 U.S. gallons= 51241 liters

You are short one dimension. You need three dimensions to get volume, and you only gave two dimensions.

Not enough info to determine an answer. "Cubic inches" is a measurement of Volume with 3 dimensions. A "24 inch Pipe" can mean either a Length of 24 inches or a Diameter of 24 inches. To calculate a Volume of a pipe, you need the Diameter (or Radius) and the Length.

28.9 cubic feet. But that is not the cubic feet of refrigerated area if that is what you are trying to find out.

If it's rectangular, i.e. all its angles are 90 degrees, then Volume = 26,496 cubic inches = 15 and 1/3 cubic feet

This question cannot be answered sensibly. A cubic metre is a measure of volume, with dimensions [L3]. A metre is a measure of distance, with dimensions [L]. The two measure different things and basic dimensional analysis teaches that you cannot convert between measures with different dimensions such as these without additional information.

First, determine the area of the entire pool, in cubic feet by taking the product of the length, width, and depth. 24 x 16 x 4 = 1536 cubic feet. There is roughly 7.5 gallons in 1 cubic foot, or .133680556 cubic feet in 1 gallon. Taking 1536 cubic feet and dividing by .133680556 we derive at our answer. It would take 11490 gallons to fill your pool

1,728 cubic inches=1 cubic foot20" x 20" x 24" = 9,600 cubic inches = 55/9 cubic feet

The area of the pool would be 1440 cubic feet. There are 7.4805 gallons per cubic foot. Doing the math, there would be 10771.92 gallons of water in your 15 X 24 X 4 foot swimming pool.